Parallel Wars: Strategy and the Nature of Mediterranean Conflict in the mid-Twentieth Century

Autores

  • Simon Ball University of Leeds

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.24858/56

Palavras-chave:

World War Two, War in the Mediterranean, Parallel Wars,

Resumo

During World War II three parallels conflicts were fought in the Mediterranean. The more straightforward was the dispute over the Mediterranean coastline, valid in itself. The second conflict was the passage through the Mediterranean. The third conflict was fought to escape the Mediterranean. The text interpret the dilemmas and contradictions of these overlapping conflicts, analyzing critically the conduct of war by Britain.

Biografia do Autor

Simon Ball, University of Leeds

Chair of International History & Politics, School of History, University of Leeds. Author of  The Bitter Sea: The Brutal World War II Fight for the Mediterranean. London, Harper Press, 2010.

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Publicado

02/12/2012

Como Citar

Ball, S. (2012). Parallel Wars: Strategy and the Nature of Mediterranean Conflict in the mid-Twentieth Century. Revista Diálogos Mediterrânicos, (3), 24–38. https://doi.org/10.24858/56